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DURFEE COLLEGE 



1963 




ASSOC. PROF. JOHN G. STICKLER 



DEDICATION OF THE 1963 YEARBOOK 

We seldom have an opportunity to express our 
appreciation to someone who has given so much of him- 
self to help us attain the most precious gift of a free 
society; Education. 

Therefore; it is with deepest pride that we 
dedicate this 1963 edition of Durfee College 1963 to 
Professor John Stickler. 

Furthermore, to Professor Stickler, we wish good 
fortune in the years to come, in hopes that he may enjoy 
them to the fullest measure of health and happiness. 




PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. HOLLAND 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 

Personal responsibility in your own development 
and in the obligation of your contributions toward social 
progress best characterizes the attitude of you members 
of this class. This has been conducive to an invaluable 
environment of understanding and idealism at this 
college which makes us most aware of the importance 
of the quality of our own efforts. For your challenging 
example and your considerate maturity I am personally 
deeply indebted to you. 

May you have the good fortune to continue your 
strenuous and critical endeavors for excellence through- 
out your entire careers. 



Board of Trustee's 




Front row: Albert G. Pierce, Edward S. Bliss, Octave O. Desmarais, Manuel H. Camara. 

Back row: Wilfred C. Driscoll, Tobias M. Furtado, Emanuel Gittleman, Charles P. Mullen, Matthew J. Kuss, 

Mrs. Ruth B. Merritt. 
Not shown: Francis T. Meagher, William H. Moran, Stephen Nawrocki, Joseph Noverca, Jr., John A. Shea. 
Ex officio members: Robert J. Nagle, John M. Arruda, Dr. Owen B. Kiernan. 



The Board of Trustees extends to the graduating class of 1963, its warmest 
congratulations. What you have achieved, you have merited. Your academic 
successes have been brought about by your willingness to apply yourselves and 
your desire for personal accomplishment. 

Your continued success will be predicated upon two great attributes of 
the college graduate: social adaptability and knowledgeable being. They both 
imply flexibility to changing circumstances, continuous courses of study, and 
the recognition of moral responsibilities. These are the matricies for a happy 
and useful life. 

We are proud of your achievements and wish you well. May you exercise 
your talents judiciously and ever aspire to standards of excellence. 



FRANCIS T. MEAGHER, Chairman 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



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JOHN CONNELL 

Business Manager 



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ROBERT CROSSLEY 

Layout 




DAVID DION 

Literary Editor 



JOHN HARRINGTON 

Co-Editor 




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RICHARD DUBOIS 

Editor 



JOSEPH VELOZO 

Sports Editor 





PROF. WALTER E. CONRAD 

Chemistry 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS ! 





PROF. FRANK H. DILLON 

Mechanical & Civil Engineering 



ASSOC. BERTRAM B. FIARDY 

Electrical Engineering 





PROF. RUDOLPH L. La VAULT 

Social Science 



PROF. THEODORE P. MEAD 

Art ir Product Development 





MR. NORMAN SASSEVILLE 

Nursing Education 



ASSOC. PROF. ALBERT A. STEWART 

Mechanical Engineering 





ASSOC. PROF. JOHN G. STICKLER 

Textiles 



DR. SAMUEL A. STONE 

Mathematics 





PROF. WILLIAM C. WILD JR. 

Business Administration 



PROF. FREDERICK WINTER 

Languages and Literature 



CLASS HISTORY 



1959-1960 

September 

The opening of the fall semester was high- 
lighted by a record enrollment of more than 
140 students. 

The Business Department added Mr. Manuel 
B. Silvia to its staff. 

The Board of Trustees approved President 
Holland's budget for $673,174 for fiscal year 
1961. This budget included provisions for twenty 
new faculty members, a dean, and a school nurse. 

The Student Council met and approved a 
§3,000 athletic budget for the year. Part of this 
budget made possible the acquisition of new 
uniforms. 

October 

Epsilon Phi Pi held the first fraternity dance 
of the year. Music was supplied by the Dick 
Suspiro Band. 

The soccer team opened the season with a 
2-0 victory over Brown at Aldrich Field in 
Providence. 

Phi Psi Fraternity held its first dance of the 
season at the Village Barn in Westport with 
Georgie Holliday's Orchestra providing the 
music. 

Groundwork was set for the organization of 
a Women's Athletic Association at Durfee Tech. 

Our night school program showed an enroll- 
ment of 641 students. 

The AIEE Student Branch held its first meet- 
ing of the year with Everett Galligan, a 1959 
Tech graduate as guest speaker. 

The soccer team was still going strong, being 
undefeated for 7 games thus far this season. 

November 

Epsilon Phi Pi and Kappa Sigma Phi co-spon- 
sored a dance at Chet's Barn in Little Compton. 
Music was provided by Mac & Cal Chrupcala and 
their group. 

The Engineering Society held an open meet- 
ing in the school auditorium. Mr. Byron O. 
Pierce, minerologist, was the guest speaker. 

This month saw the granting of the first 
Sabbatical Leave in the history of Durfee 
College. Professor Howard B. Leighton was the 
recipient of the leave. 

A newly-organized Mathematics Club was 
formed in November. Its first meeting was held 
in the lecture hall with Mr. Herbert as the 
guest speaker. 

AIEE held its second open meeting of the 
school year. Mr. Charles H. Keenan, of the 
Yankee Atomic Electric Company was the guest 
speaker. 



Phi Psi's mascot, "Chug" disappeared. There 
was some question as to who caused the dis- 
appearance of the beloved nebbish. Some said 
Epsilon had it, others said Kappa Sigma Phi 
had it, and still others were heard to say that 
it was Chug's mating season, and he left on his 
own accord. 

Epsilon held its annual Thanksgiving Dance 
at the Stone Bridge Inn. Mac Chrupcala and his 
group provided the music. 

Phi Psi held its "Chug" dance at the K of C 
Hall in Swansea. The Bostonians provided the 
music. "Chug" by the way was not present. 

Phil Wetterland, a 1957 Durfee College 
Graduate, was named coach of the basketball 
team. 

December 

Still no sign of Chug. 

The annual Christmas Party sponsored by the 
Student Council was held in the cafeteria. Leo 
provided a buffet, and the nurses helped to 
liven things up a bit. This event was followed 
by the Council's Christmas Dance at Stevenson's 
Restaurant. 

Chug returned unannounced to the brothers of 
Phi Psi. His kidnapers turned him loose in 
room C-25. He was unharmed. 

January 

Dr. Conrad, head of the Chemistry Dept. was 
awarded $10,150 in a grant from the Petroleum 
Research Fund for use in his work at Tech. 
He also received a §2,500 grant from the 
Research Corporation. 

January 11-20 Midyear Examinations. 

The Class of 1962 sponsored a dance at 
Stevenson's in Dartmouth, with music being pro- 
vided by Lenny Page and his orchestra. 

Tech's basketball team was still undefeated 
in conference play. 

February 

The long-awaited committee report on educa- 
tion in Southeastern Massachusetts was formally 
announced by Governor Furcolo's Southeastern 
Massachusetts Educational Committee. 

This report included a plan to turn Durfee 
Tech into a two-year community college, and 
to retain New Bedford Tech as a four year 
engineering college to serve the aims of higher 
education for this part of the state. 

The report met with very little support and 
was denounced by several faculty members as 
a "careless and superficial job of studying the 
situation here at the college." This also seemed 
to be the general consensus among the Tech 
students. 



During this week, students from Tech circu- 
lated a petition asking the Governor to recon- 
sider his plans to eliminate Durfee Tech as a 
four-year degree-granting college. More than 
10,000 signatures were obtained in the canvass. 

The New Bedford Institute of Technology 
Board of Trustees voted for a merger of New 
Bedford and Durfee Tech. 

March 

The Durfee College Board of Trustees voted 
unanimously to press for immediate action by 
the legislature on the consolidation proposal 
made by New Bedford Institute of Technology. 
In a poll conducted at Tech, 84% of the voting 
students were in favor of consolidation. 

Durfee Tech's basketball team won the con- 
ference title. 

April 

Norma Cornelison and Luis Ramos, both 
members of the Class of 1962, received honor- 
able mention in the symbol-designing contest 
sponsored by the Foundation for World Literacy. 
Norma and Luis placed in the top 17 of the 
597 entries from thirty states. 

Dr. Conrad was awarded a $4,385 grant by 
the National Science Foundation to continue 
his undergraduate training program here. This 
brought the total amount awarded to Dr. 
Conrad this year to $17,035. 

May 

The Junior Prom was held at the Dartmouth 
Country Club. 

Alumni Day was held at the college on May 
14. A banquet and dance were held at Steven- 
son's. 

May 16-26 Final Examinations. 

The Senior Prom was held at the Shamrock 
Cliff in Newport, R. I. 



1960-1961 



June 



Professor William C. Wild, head of the 
Business Department, received his Master of 
B.A. degree from Northeastern University. 

September 

Freshman enrollment for the fall semester 
totaled 132 students. 

The beginning of the new school year also 
brought several additions to the faculty. The 
new members included Mr. Warren Babcock, 
an instructor in the Business Dept., Miss Rose 
Drislan, instructor in Nursing Education, Mr. 
Donald S. Presel, a physics instructor, and Mr. 
Thomas S. Collins, of the Textile Dept. 



October 

Members of the Technolog Staff attended 
Newspaper Night at the Elks Hall. 

November 

The Geology Club, under the direction of 
Professor Eugene R. Williams, made a field 
trip to New Hampshire and Maine. The group 
stayed overnight at Professor Williams' summer 
cottage in Effingham, New Hampshire. 

Epsilon held its annual Thanksgiving Dance 
at the Stone Bridge Inn. 

Phi Psi's "Chug Again" Dance was held at 
the K. of C. Flail in Swansea. Music was pro- 
vided by the Tommy Tanous Orchestra. 

December 

Mr. Robert Bento, a graduate of Providence 
College and the University of Maryland, joined 
the faculty of Tech as an assistant professor of 
physics. 

Tech's soccer team finished the 1960 season 
with a record of 2 victories and 9 defeats, surely 
not a true indication of the team's ability, since 
injuries hampered the team throughout the 
season. 

The Student Council's Christmas party in the 
cafeteria was again a great success. The party 
was followed by the Council's Christmas Dance 
on December 17, at the Hotel Mellen. 

Durfee Tech participated in the North-South 
Holiday Seafood Fiesta Basketball Tournament 
held at New Bedford. Kathy Maher was elected 
Tournament Queen by the Tech Students. 

January 

Midyear Examinations were held from 
Jan. 9-18. 

The Citizens Scholarship Foundation of 
America was launched at a banquet held at 
Venus De Milo Lounge, in Swansea. Sam Leven- 
son, nationally known lecturer and educator, 
was the keynote speaker at the event attended 
by more than 400 students. 

A new grading system, advocated in the Decem- 
ber issue of the Technolog, went into effect this 
semester. The new system makes it possible for 
the student to know his grades within ten days 
of the close of final examinations. 

February 

Phi Psi Fraternity held its first annual Scholar- 
ship Dance at Lincoln Park. The dance was a 
huge success, and as a result, a full year's scholar- 
ship was made available to an incoming fresh- 
man the following September. 

Tech's fencing team closed the season with a 
3-4 record, after defeating Harvard Frosh by a 
score of 15-12 in the season's finale. 



March 

A joint meeting of Durfee Tech and New 
Bedford Institute A.I.E.E. and I.R.E. members 
was held at Stevenson's. A dinner was followed 
by an "After Graduation Panel" discussion. 
More than sixty students and instructors from 
the two schools were present at the meeting. 

Mr. Peter E. Donnelly, former principal at 
Rogers High School in Newport, was named 
Associate Professor of History and Government 
at the College. 

The Hotel Mellen was the setting for the 
Student Council's first dance of the new year. 

April 

After many weeks of preparation, the Durfee 
College Glee Club was organized. 

The Chemistry Club sponsored a lecture by 
Dr. John Neumer of Brown University, who 
spoke on "Capture of Carbene Radicals." 

The Freshman Dance was held at Stevenson's, 
with music supplied by Buddy Reis and his 

orchestra. 

The Junior Prom, consisting of a buffet and 
a dance, was held at the Shamrock Cliff Hotel 
in Newport. 

May 

Members of the Student Branch of A.I.E.E. 
toured the Brown University Computer Lab. 
The IBM 7070 computer was demonstrated. 

Durfee College was named one of four exam- 
ining centers for the Engineers-in Training tests. 

Final examinations were held from May 15-26. 

Professor Theodore P. Mead, head of the Art 
and Product Development Department, was 
awarded a Sabbatical Leave for the academic 
year 1961-62. Professor Mead will study for his 
doctorate in fine arts education at Columbia 
University. 

1961-1962 

September 

The greater part of September, October, and 
November, centered around our bid for accredi- 
tation by the New England Association of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools. Enthusiasm was 
high and there was much activity. Mr. Wild and 
his BA Juniors removed the greater part of the 
old library in a matter of hours. Other prepara- 
tions included the installation of a new fire 
alarm system, relocation of the offices of mem- 
bers of the Business Department, and some final 
touches to the new library. 

New instructors added to the faculty were; 
Mr. Peter Donnelly, of the Department of His- 
tory and Government (a newly established de- 
partment) , and Mr. Jacobo Farber, of the 
Electrical Engineering Department. 



Professor Howard B. Leighton received his 
doctorate in Art Education from Columbia 
University. 

October 

Delegates from Durfee College attended the 
Peace Corps Conference in Boston. 

November 

Members of the accreditation committee 
visited the school. The committee consisted of 
Dean Charles E. Stearns of Tufts University, 
Professor Emeritus Alfred J. Ferretti, formerly 
of Northeastern University, and Assistant Pro- 
fessor William Massey of Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology. 

Hugh Morton, a member of the Republican 
City Committee, and Mr. John T. Farrell Jr., 
of the Democratic City Committee, spoke to 
members of Mr. Donnelly's American Gov- 
ernment class. The discussion concerned itself 
with party structure and procedure. This dis- 
cussion was held on Nov. 10. 

Another fraternity battle took place during 
the week of Nov. 15. Epsilon kidnaped Phi 
Psi's Chug. Phi Psi retaliated by confiscating 
Epsilon's charter and sign from the frat house. 
Also taken were miscellaneous items from the 
house. Skirmishes continued for over a week. 
Finally, through negotiations, both mascots were 
returned to their respective fraternities. 

A newly formed Circle K Club held its first 
meeting in the college auditorium on Novem- 
ber 30. 

December 

The Junior Class held its first dance of the 
year at Stevenson's Rumpus Room. 

DURFEE COLLEGE ACCREDITED . . . 

these were the chants heard throughout the cor- 
ridors on December 8. 

Raymond F. Murphy, a senior Chemistry 
student was offered a position as Assistant In- 
structor in the Chemistry Department at M.I.T., 
beginning in September, 1962. 

January 

Dr. Conrad received a $4,887. research grant 
from the Petroleum Research Fund. This 
brought the total received by Dr. Conrad from 
both the National Science Foundation and the 
Petroleum Fund to $32,212. 

Midyear Examinations took place from 
January 15 to 29. 

Miss Margaret A. Mullaney was appointed 
temporary instructor of English at the College. 

February 

Mr. Richard V. Monopoli was appointed as 
an instructor in the Electrical Engineering De- 
partment. 



Phi Psi's 2nd Annual Scholarship Dance was 
held at Lincoln Park. Just as the first, it was a 
tremendous success. 

April 

Durfee College's Open House, the first in 
three years, far surpassed that of any other year. 
Approximately 5,000 visitors attended the affair. 

Final Examinations began May 1962. 

January 

Mid-year exams were held from Jan. 14-25. 

Plans were being continued for selection of 
the Senior Prom location as well as menu pre- 
parations. 

February 

Yearbook Staff began assembly and pvinting 
of yearbook. 

The Sorority held a dance at the Ponta Del 
Garda Hall in Tiverton. 

Several engineers were invited as guests of 
Vitro Laboratories in Baltimore, Maryland. This 
was part of the Company's recruitment program. 

Seniors were kept busy with interviews here 
at the college throughout the month of February. 

Phi Psi held a Scholarship Dance at Venus 
DeMilo in Swansea. Proceeds of this dance are 
to be used to give an incoming freshman a 
scholarship. 

March 

Epsilon held a social at the Bluffs in Swansea. 
There was a great turnout. Music was provided 
by the Rock-A-Teens. 

Epsilon held its annual beer-drinking, 
spaghetti-eating, Smoker at the Sons of Italy 
Hall on Covel St. Freshmen were given the 
opportunity to learn of the many advantages of 
belonging to Epsilon. 

May 

Final examinations for Seniors began on 
May 13. 

Senior Prom was held at the Allendale Coun- 
try Club in Dartmouth. Music was supplied by 
the Charles Perry orchestra. 

June 

Baccalaureate Service, Commencement, and 
President's Reception to Seniors took place on 
June 2. 

1962-1963 
September 

A new option in Medical Technology was 
made available to incoming Freshmen. The 
option is designed to provide the student with 
a background of the theoretical and technical 
aspects of the sciences with emphasis on Biology 
and Chemistry. 

Enrollment for September totaled 147. 

Mr. Alphee Laflamme, a graduate of Provi- 
dence College and Bridgewater State Teachers 
College, joined the Business Department. Mr. 
Laflamme, a New Bedford resident, previously 
taught at Campbell Secretarial School and in 
the New Bedford school system. 



October 

Chugs & Jugs engagement party was held at 
the Knights of Columbus Hall in Swansea. 

Reeb's birthday party was held at the Firestone 

Credit Union Hall. 

November 

A Sorority Poverty Dance was held on Nov. 1 
at Stevensons restaurant in Dartmouth. 

The members of the Yearbook Staff held a 
dance at the Bluffs in Swansea. Bobby Castle 
provided music. 

A Thanksgiving dance held at the K of C 
Hall in Swansea, marked the beginning of a 
long and mutually agreeable contract between 
Chug & Jugs . . . They were marriedl 

Durfee College began its basketball season. 
Five varsity members returned for this year's 
action. 

A Pep Band was formed at Durfee College. 
The purpose of this band is to play at all home 
games and also provide inspiration to our team. 

Approximately 35 BA students, under the 
leadership of Professor William Wild, made a 
field trip to the S. D. Warren Co. in Maine. 
Students were shown how wood pulp was 
transformed into paper and the many by-pro- 
ducts created through the paper-making process. 
The students were well received and made din- 
ner guests of the company. Upon return to 
Durfee College, students were requested to 
write papers concerning their trip. 

AIEE members toured the New England 
Telephone and Telegraph Company. Arrange- 
ments were made by L. Cory. 

December 

The regularly scheduled Christmas party 
normally held in the cafeteria was cancelled. 
As a result, plans were made to continue the 
party at the Amvet's Hall. The party was 
a success and everyone had a good time. 

Epsilon opened a new fraternity house in the 
Highland section of Fall River. Their first party 
ended in a blaze of excitement. A form of mild 
raid on the part of the Police Dept. took place. 
The reason: too many students; too few exits. 

Professor William Wild arranged for another 
field trip for his BA Seniors. This time the class 
was made a guest of the Morse Twist Drill 
Company in New Bedford. Again, the class was 
warmly received and served a family-type dinner 
at the expense of the Company. 

Following this field trip, some of the more 
socially inclined members (married men) met 
at the Oak Manor for a few draughts, (need we 
say more?) 

AIEE held another meeting here at the 
school. Guest speaker was Lesly Meede of the 
Boston Edison Light Co. 

The annual Student Council Christmas 
Dance was held at Venus DeMilo Restaurant 
in Swansea. 



Common Procram for All Art 
and Product Development Options 

Freshman Year 

A. 13 Foundation Color and Design 

A. 16 Foundation Drawing 

A. 19 History of Art I 

M.L.I 1 English Composition 

S.S.I 2 History of Western Civilization 

Advertising Design 
Sophomore Year 

A.24 The Figure I 

A.25.2 Structural Representation 

A.26 Painting 

A.29 History of Art II 

A. A. 20 Advertising 

A. A. 21 Advertising Design I 

M.L.21 English and American Literature 

Junior Year 

A. 32 Illustration 

A. 33 Photography 

A.34 The Figure II 

A.39 History of Art III 

A.A.31 Advertising Design II 

A.A.32.1 Graphic Reproduction I 

S.S.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

Senior Year 

A.44 The Figure HI 

A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.A.41 Advertising Design III 

A.A.42 Graphic Reproduction II 

M.L.41 Public Speaking 

5.5.36.1 Principles of Psychology 
S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy 

Fashion Design and Illustration 
Sophomore Year 

A.24 The Figure I 

A.26 Painting 

A.29 History of Art II 

A.F.21 Fashion Design and Illus: ration I 

A.T.23 Textiles 

M.L.21 English & American Literature 

Junior Year 

A. 32 Illustration 

A.33 Photography 

A.39 History of Art III 

A.A.32.1 Graphic Reproduction I 

A.F.31 Fashion Design and Illustration II 

5.5.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

Senior Year 
A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.A.42 Graphic Reproduction II 

A.F.41 Fashion Design and 

Illustration III 
M.L.41 Public Speaking 

5.5.36.1 Principles of Psychology 
S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy- 
Textile Styling 

Sophomore Year 

A.24 The Figure I 

A.26 Painting 

• A.29 History of Art II 

A.T.21 Fabric Styling I 

A.T.23 Textiles 

M.L.21 English and American Literature 

Junior Year 

A.39 History of Art III 

A.T.31 Fabric Styling II 

A.T.33 Fabric Printing I 

A.T.34 Print Styling I 

5.5.31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 
T.E.34 Weaving 

Senior Year 

A.48.2 Portfolio Project 

A.T.41 Fabric Styling III 

A.T.43 Fabric Printing II 

A.T.44 Print Styling II 

M.L.41 Public Speaking 

S.S.36.1 Principles of Psychology 

S.S.40 Introduction to Philosophy 



Business - Administration 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

B.A. 11 Business Mathematics 

B.A. 13 Elementary Accounting 

M.L. 11 English Composition 

S.S. 11-1 Economic History of the U.S. 

S.S. 12 History of Western Civilization 

B.A. 12-2 Introduction to Business 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

A.A.20 Advertising 

B.A. 20 Business Organization 

B.A. 22 Business Law 

B.A. 24 Production Control 

M.L. 21 English & American Literature 

S.S. 21 Principles of Economics 

B.A. 23-2 Math of Finance 

JUNIOR YEAR 

B.A. 32-2 Time & Motion Study 
B.A. 38 Industrial Relations 

B.A. 36 Economic Statistics 

B.A. 34 Labor Problems 

Report Writing 

Oil ice Services 

Traffic Control 



M.L. 34-2 
B.A. 33-1 
B.A. 37.1 

SENIOR YEAR 

B. A. 42.1 
B. A. 401.2 
B. A. 421.1 
M.L. 41 



Industrial Management 
Administrative Practices 
Marketing Management 
Public Speaking 

Electives 



Business - Engineering 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

B.A. 12.2 Introduction to Business 

B.A. 13 Elementary Accounting 

Ch. 13 General Chemistry 

M. 11.1 Algebra and Trigonometry 

M. 14.2 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 

M.E. 15.1 Descriptive Geometry and Mechanical 

Drawing 

M.E. 110 Shop Practice 

M.L. 11 English Composition 

S.S. 12 History of Western Civilization 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

A. A. 20 Advertising 

B.A. 20 Business Organization 

B.A. 22 Business Law 

B.A. 24 Production Control 

M. 21.1 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 

M. 21.2 Analytical Geometry and Calculus III 

M.L. 21 English and American Literature 

P. 21.1 Electricity and Magnetism 

P. 21.2 Optics and Modern Physics 

S.S. 11.1 Economic History of U.S. 



JUNIOR YEAR 

B.A. 32.2 
B.A. 33.1 
E.E. 35 
M.L. 32.1 
M.L. 34.2 
S.S. 21 

SENIOR YEAI 

B.A. 42.2 
B.A. 45 
B.A. 46.1 
B.A. 48.1 
M.L. 41 
S.S. 36.1 
S.S. 41.2 



Time and Motion Study 

Office Services and Controls 

Elements of Electricity 

Business Communications 

Report Writing 

Principles and Problems of Economics 



Fundamentals of Industrial Management 
Merchandising and Marketing 
American Labor of Legislation 
Fundamentals of Industrial Relations 
Public Speaking 
Principles of Psychology 
Industrial Psychology 



Civil Engineering 



Chemistry Curriculum 



FRESHMAN 


Ch.12 


General Chemistry 


M.ll.l 


Algebra and Trigonometry 


M.E.10 


Engineering Drawing 


M.E.110 


Machine Shop 


MX. 11 


English Composition 


P.1I.1 


Mechanics 


M.13.2 


Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 


M.E.130 


Descriptive Geometry 


P.11.2 


Heat and Sound 



SOPHOMORE 



Ch.21.1 

Ch.22 

M.22 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

Ch.21,2 

Ch.22 

M.21.2 

M.L.21 

P.21.2 



JUNIOR 

Ch.31.1 

M.L.33 

S.S.11.1 

Ch.41 

M.24.2 

Ch.33.1 

Ch.33.2 

S.S.31.2 

Ch.36.2 



SENIOR 

Ch.32 
Ch.42 
M.L.41 
M.L.43 
M.L.49 
S.S.36.1 
S.S.41.2 



Qualitative Analysis 

Organic Chemistry 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Quantitative Analysis 

Organic Chemistry 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

American Literature 

Optics and Advanced Physics 



Organic Qualitative Analysis 

German I 

Economic History of the United States 

Unit Processes 

Differential Equations 

Quantitative Analysis 

Advanced Organic Chemistry 

Fundamentals of Economics 

Organic Preparations 



Physical Chemistry 
Research 
Public Speaking 
German II 
Technical Literature 
Principles of Psychology 
Industrial Psychology 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

Ch. 12 General Chemistry 

M. 11.1 Algebra and Trigonometry 

NEE. 10 Engineering Drawing 

M.L. 11 English Composition 

P. 11.1 Mechanics 

M. 13.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

M.E. 110 Machine Shop 

M.E. 130 Descriptive Geometry 

P. 11.2 Heat and Sound 
SOPHOMORE YEAR 

C.E. 21 Surveying 

M. 21.1 Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

M.E. 22 Applied Mechanics 

M.L. 21 English Literature 

P. 21.1 Electricity and Magnetism 

M. 21.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

M.L. 21 American Literature 

JUNIOR YEAR 

C.E. 32.1 Elements of Geology 

C.E. 3$ Strength of Materials 

C.E. 39.2 Civil Engineering Laboratory 

E.E. 35 Elements of Electricity 

M. 31.1 Differential Equations 

M.E. 32.2 Fluids Mechanics 

S.S. 36.1 Principle of Psychology 

S.S. 31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

M.M. 31.1 Heat and Power 
SENIOR YEAR 

C.E. 41 

C.E. 42.1 

C.E. 46.2 

C.E. 47.1 

C.E. 48.1 

C.E. 49.2 

M.L. 41 

S.S. 33.1 

S.S. 34.2 

C.E. 37.2 

A. 35.2 



Structural Theory 

Reinforced Concrete 

Structural Design 

Building Construction 

Introduction to Sanitary Engineering 

Highway Engineering 

Public Speaking 

American Government 

United States History 

Soil Mechanics 

Art Through the Ages 



Mechanical Engineering 

FRESHMAN YEAR 

Ch. 12 General Chemistry 

M. 11.1 Algebra and Trigonometry 

M.E. 10 Engineering Drawing 

M.L. 11 English Composition 

P. 11.1 Mechanics 

M. 13.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

M.E. 110 Machine Shop 

M.E. 130 Descriptive Geometry 

P. 11.2 Heart and Sound 
SOPHOMORE YEAR 

M. 22 Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

M.E. 22 Applied Mechanics 

M.L. 21 English Literature 

P. 21.1 Electricity and Magnetism 

M. 21.1 Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

M.L. 21 American Literature 

P. 21.2 Optics and Advanced Physics 

M.E. 23 Machine Tool Laboratory 

JUNIOR YEAR 

C.E. 33 Strength of Materials 

E.E. 35 Elements of Electricity 

M. 31.1 Differential Equations 

M.E. 31.1 Heat and Power 

M.E. 34 Mechanism 

M.E. 39.2 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory 

S.S. 36.1 Principles of Psychology 

S.S. 31.2 Fundamentals of Economics 

M.E. 32.2 Fluid Mechanics 

SENIOR YEAR 
M.E. 41 
M.E. 43 
M.E. 47.1 
M.L. 41 
S.S. 33.1 
S.S. 34.2 
A. 35.2 
E.E. 32 
C.E. 41 



Machine Design 
Thermodynamics 
Heat Transfer 
Public Speaking 
American Government 
United States History 
Art Through the Ages 
Electronics 
Structural Theory 
Experimental Stress Analysis 



Electrical Engineering Curriculum 



Textile Technology 



FRESHMAN 

Ch.12 General Chemistry 

M.ll.l Algebra and Trigonometry 

M.E.10 Engineering Drawing 

M.L.ll English Composition 

P. 11.1 Mechanics 

M.13.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

M.E.I 10 Machine Shop 

M.E.I 30 Descriptive Geometry 

P. 11.2 Heat and Sound 



SOPHOMORE 

E.E.21.1 Principles of Elect. Engr. 

M.22 Anal. Geometry and Calculus II 

M.E.22 Applied Mechanics 

M.L.21 English Literature 

P. 2 1.1 Electricity and Magnetism 

E.E.22.2 Theory of A.C. Circuits 

M.21.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 

M.L.21 American Literature 

P. 2 1.2 Optics and Advanced Physics 



JUNIOR 



M.32.1 


Differential Equations 


M.E.31.1 


Heat and Power 


C.E.38.1 


Strength of Materials 


S.S.36.1 


Principles of Psychology 


E.E.36 


Electrical Machinery 


E.E.32 


Electronics 


E.E.37.2 


Electrical Measurements 


M.E.32.2 


Fluid Mechanics 


S.S.31.2 


Fundamentals of Economics 


SENIOR 




C.E.32.1 


Geology 


E.E.41 


Communications 


E.E.46.2 


Problems in Elect. Engr. 


E.E.48.1 


Network Analysis 


M.L.41 


Public Speaking 


S.S.33.1 


American Government 


S.S.34.2 


United States History 


E.E.4I 


Electrical Transmissions 


C.E.37.2 


Soil Mechanics 


A.35.2 


Art Through the Ages 


E.E.49.2 


Communications 



FRESHMAN 


A.11.2 


Sketching and Color 


Ch.13 


General Chemistry 


M.12 


College Mathematics 


M.E.110 


Shop Practice 


M.L.ll 


English Composition 


S.S.12 


History of Western Civilization 


T.E.ll 


Textile Fibers 


SOPHOMORE 


A.T.22 


Textile Styling I 


Ch.27 


Industrial Application of Dyes 


M.L.21 


English and American Literature 


T.D.21 


Textile Design I 


T.E.21 


Fiber Processing I 


T.E.22 


Weaving I 


T.E.23.2 


Fabric Analysis I 



JUNIOR , 



A.T.32.1 

B.A.32.2 

P.22 

S.ll.l 

S.S.31.2 

T.D.31.1 

T.D.32.2 

T.E.31 

T.E.32 

T.E.33 



SENIOR 

B.A.42.2 

B.A.47.2 
B.A.49.2 

M.L.41 

M.L.48.1 

S.S.36.1 

S.S.41.2 

T.E.42 

T.E.44.1 

T.E.44.2 

T.E.45.1 



Textile Styling II 
Time and Motion Study 
Physics A 

Economic History of the U. 
Fundamentals of Economics 
Textile Design II 
Jacquard Designing 
Fabric Analysis II 
Fiber Processing II 
Weaving II 



Fundamentals of Industrial 

Management 
Textile Cost Accounting 
Textile Merchandising and 

Marketing 
Public Speaking 
Textile Report Writing 
Principles of Psychology 
Industrial Psychology 
Fabric Development 
Physical Textile Testing 
Quality Control 
Plant Engineering 



Mathematics Curriculum 



FRESHMAN 

Ch.12 General Chemistry 

M.ll.l Algebra and Trigonometry 

M.E.10 Engineering Drawing 

M.E.I 10 Machine Shop 

M.L.ll English Composition 

P. 11.1 Mechanics 

M.13.2 Anal. Geometry and Calculus I 

M.E.I 30 Descriptive Geometry 

P. 11.2 Heat and Sound 



SOPHOMORE 



S.S.12 

M.L.21 

P.21.1 

M.25 

M.21.1 

P.21.2 

M.L.21 

M.21.2 



JUNIOR 



History of Western Civilization 

English Literature 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Finite Mathematics 

Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 

Optics and Advanced Physics 

American Literature 

Anal. Geometry and Calculus III 



S.S.36.1 


Principles of Psychology 


M.L.33 


German I 


M.31.1 


Differential Equations 


M.32 


Advanced Calculus 


C.E.32.1 


Elements of Geology 


M.37.2 


Vector Analysis 


S.S.31.2 


Fundamentals of Economics 


A.19 


History of Art I 


SENIOR 




M.49 


Philosophy of Science 


M.L.43 


German II 



S.S.34.2 



Modern Physics 
Theory of Numbers 
United States History 
Mathematics Seminar 



Medical Technology 



FRESHMAN YEAR 

Bi. 11.1,2 General Biology 

Ch.13.1,2 General Chemistry 

M. 12. 1,2 Foundation of Mathematics 

M.L.ll English Composition 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

Bi.21.1,2 Anatomy' and Physiology 

Ch.25.1,2 Quantitative Analysis 

M.L.21. 1,2 English and American Literature 

P.22.1,2 Physics 

P. 23. 1,2 Physics Laboratory 

JUNIOR YEAR 

Bi.31 Microbiology 

Ch.22.1,2 Organic Chemistry 
M.L.41 Public Speaking 
S.S.36.1 Principles of Psychology 
Elective 



SENIOR 

(At Truesdale Hospital) 

Technical laboratory training plus the following 
classes: 

Pathology 23 hours 

Bacteriology 15 hours 

Parasitology 10 hours 

Mycology 5 hours 

Hematology 15 hours 

Serology 8 hours 

Chemistry 15 hours 

Blood Bank 8 hours 

Urine 10 hours 



CLASS 



OF 



1963 




HENRY J. ATTAR 

17 Downing Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Geolosrv Club 3; Engineering Society 3; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; 



WALTER F. BERROTH 

Main Street, Portsmouth, R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 
Epsilon Phi Pi; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 





EDGAR BERUBE 

551 Ludlow Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Geology Club 3, 4; Vice-President 4; A.I.E.E. 
4; Talker 1, 2, 3, 4; Technolog 4; Phi Psi; 
Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Engineering 
Society 1, 2. 



CARL A. BESHARA 

200 Haffards Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

Engineering Society 1, 2; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; 
Secretary 3; Fencing 1; Class Vice-President 
1, 2; Class President 3; Student Council 
President 4; 





RAYMOND C. BLAIS 

48 Barrett Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1,2, 3, 4; A.I.*E.E. 2, 3, 4; 



RALPH A. BOARDMAN 

1543 Gardner's Neck Road, So. Swansea, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Biology Club 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; 
Executive Comm. 4; A.C.S. 4; Prom Comm. 4; 





JOHN A. BOND 

532 Fourth Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Textile Technology 

Chemistry Club 1; Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 2, 3; Chemstrand Scholarship 4; 
A.A.T.C.C. 2; 



GEORGE E. BOULAY 

320 New Boston Road, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 3, 4; 





4*J 



COLIN H. BREARLEY 

3123 Riverside Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Advertising Design 




PAUL BRAZ 

227 Ames Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile 
A.A.T.C.C.; Dean's List 2; 




* ARTHUR CABRAL 

857 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 



JOHN W. CAIN 

233 Long'hill Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Engineering Society 3, 4; Varsity Club; Golf 
3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 






GEORGE S. CARDOZA 

96 Fayal Lane, Middletown, R. I. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club. 



WALTER CHANG 





BEVERLY E. CHATTERTON 

466 Locust Street, Fall River. Mass. 

Art 

Beaux Arts Club 3; Kappa Sigma Phi; 
Women's Athletic Association; E. P. Charlton 
Scholarship 3. 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; Record- 
ing and Corresponding Secretary of Kappa 
Sigma Phi 3; 



EDWARD CHLEBEK, JR. 

558 Hicks Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Varsity Club 4; A.I.E.E. 3; Geology Club 
3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; Soccer 4; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Basketball 3, 4; 







JOHN CONNELL 

478 Palmer Street Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Basketball 1. 2, 3; Phi Psi 3, 4; Varsity Club, 
1. 2, 3. 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 



LESTER W. CORY 

73 Stafford Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; President 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2; Dean's 
List 3; Prom Committee, 3. 




ROBERT J. CROSSLEY 

293 Kilburn Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Dean's List 1; Class Treasurer 4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; 



ROBERT CORREA 

816 Slade Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Art Department 








CARL J. COSTA 

73 Summerfield Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Geology Club 3; Mathematics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Chemistry Club 1; Epsilon Phi Pi; Fencing 
Team 1, 2, 3; Soccer 4; Dean's List 1. 2, 3; 
Representative-to-Student Council 4; Secre- 
tary of Student Council 4; 



FRANK L. COTTER, JR. 

109 Turner Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 3, 4; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Quarterly Editor 3; Basketball 1; Intramural 
Basketball 1, 2; Technolog Staff 3; Library 
2, 3; 





PAUL DE CICCIO 

222 Walter Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Dean's List 1, 2; 



JOSEPH DE MARCO 

115 Blackstone Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Engineering Society 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Geology Club 3; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 4; 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 








RICHARD DE MARCO 
115 Blackstone Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Track 1 , 2, 3, 4; Captain 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Basketball 4; Fencing 2; 



THOMAS J. DORSEY 

192 State Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

Epsilon 3, 4; Geology Club 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 3; 
Engineering Society 4; Dean's List 3. 




JAMES MASON DINGWALL 

36 Carey Street, Newport, R. I. 

Art Dept. Visual Design 

Beaux Arts Club 3, Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2. 



HENRY L. ENTWISTLE, JR. 

77 Pershing Street, Swansea, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Varsity Club; Chemistry Club, Vice-President 
3; A.A.T.C.C; Epsilon Phi Pi; Math & 
Physics Club; 






ARTHUR DANIEL FERREIRA 

16 Woolley Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Geology Club 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Engineering Society 3; A.I.E.E. 3; Epsilon 
Phi Pi; Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 
1, 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; 



NORMAN E. FITTON, JR. 

52 Lapham Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 3; Varsity Club 4; Phi Psi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Fencing 2; President, Phi Psi 4; 
Representative at Large, Vice-President of 
Student Council 4; Talker Staff 2; Talker 
Editor 3; Junior Prom Comm.; 





JAMES P. FINGLAS 

156 Emmett Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Circle K Club 3, 4; Board of Directors 3; 
Vice-President 4; Geology Club 4; Phi Psi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Dean's List 3; A.I.E.E. 



PATRICK J. FINGLISS 

582 Cambridge Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; 





EDWARD J. FITZGIBBONS 

221 London Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Senior Class Vice-President. 



MICHAEL H. FRAIN 

140 Rock Street, Fall River, Mass. 



Textile Technology 



A.A.T.C.C. 





FREDRIC GOLEMBEWSKI 

100 Woolley Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilonian 3, 4; 
Talker 1, 2, 3; Library 2, 3. 



DAVID MATTHEW GRACIA 

256 Broadway, Taunton, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Geology Club 3; Math & Physics Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Basketball 3; Tennis 3; 





JOHN THOMAS HACKETT 

414 Sunset Hill, Fall River, Mass. 



Textile Technology 



A.A.T.C.C.; 



JOHN B. HARRINGTON 

161 Shawmut Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Prom Committee 3, 4; Co-Editor Yearbook 
4; Bookstore 3, 4; 





BRIAN F. HAYES 

1590 Slade Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Basketball Stu- 
dent Manager 4; Soccer 3; 



ROBERT HUGHES 

1 1 1 Brayton Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Senior Prom Committee 4; Yearbook Literary 
Staff 4; 





WEI HAN HUANG 

Taiwan, China 

Textile Technology 

Chinese Association of Textile Engineering. 



GARY A. HYSLOP 

241 Pine Street, Fall River, Mass. 
Civil Engineering 

Engineering Society 2, 3; Treasurer 2, 3; 
Geology Cluh 3; Dean's List 2, 3; 





JUDITH ANN JOHNSON 

1073 Bedford Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary; Vice- 
President 4; Chemistry Club 1, 4; Geology 
Club 4; Biology Club 4; Girls Athletic As- 
sociation 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



LORRAINE THERESA KALIL 

113 Eastern Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Women's Athletic Club 2, 3; President 2, 3; 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Chairman 
3; President 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 
3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Treasurer 3; 
Representative of Business Administration 
Department 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 







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EDWARD KARNASIEWICZ 

331 Fourth Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Circle K Club 3, -1; Board of Directors, 3; 
Treasurer 4; Geology Club 4; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Basketball, 2, 3; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3; A.I.E.E. 



JOHN F. KEAVY, JR. 

305 Alberta Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Circle K Club 3, 4; 





EDWARD KINGMAN 
Winthrop Street, Rehoboth, Mass. 

Civil Engineering 

Dean's List 3; 



RICHARD W. KOCON 

72 Vale Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 4; 
Vice-President of Chemistry Club 2; Epsilon 
Phi Pi 1,2, 3, 4; Recording Scribe 4; Dean's 
List 3; Class President 4; Student Council 
4; A.C.S. 4; 





ROBERT G. LAVOIE 

452 Osbom Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Engineer- 
ing Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 



LOUIS A. LEDOUX 

803 Jefferson Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 
Math Club. 





PAUL M. LEITE 

175 Tuttle Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C; Phi Psi 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 3; Soccer 3, 4; Varsity Club 
2, 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee; 



DIXON JIA-CHANG LIOU 

204 High Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 
Dean's List 2, 3; 



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REGINALD P. L'lTALIEN 

66 Clayton Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Geology Club 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 2; Engineering 
Society 2, 3; 



HERBERT LOVIT 

626 Hood Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Technolog 
4; Tennis 2; Circle K Club 3, 4; 




KATHLEEN ANNE MAHER 

80 Weetamoe Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fashion Design and Illustration 

Beaux Arts Club 3; Alpine Club 3; Greater 
Fall River Art Association 3, 4; Women's 
Athletic Association 1,2; Prom Committee 4; 



CAROL PENDRAKE 

182 June Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Fashion Design and Illustration 

Beaux Arts Club 3; Dean's List 1, 2; Prom 
Committee 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4. 





FRANK J. MC CANN 
602 Durfee Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Engineering 
Society 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 



JAMES LAWRENCE MC KEON 

424 Dwelly Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Art and Product Development 
(Visual Design) 

Newman Club 2, 3; Alpine Club 3, 4; Beaux 
Arts Club 3; Epsilon Phi Pi; Historian 3 
Chancellor 4; E. P. Charlton Scholarship 3 
Greater Fall River Art Association 2, 3, 4 
Talker 2, 3, 4; Art Editor 3; Co-Editor 4 
The Epsilonian 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 





JAMES MC MAHON 

22 Vinnicum Road, Swansea, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; 
Epsilon Phi Pi; Golf 3, 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; 



HERBERT MEDNICK 

53 Cherry Stree*, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

A.A.T.C.C; Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; 

Chemstrand Scholarship; New England 
Textile Foundation Scholarship. 






ROBERT A. MELLO 

100 Lafayette Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Circle K Club 3, 4; Geology Club 4; Phi Psi 
2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 



MELVYN J. MICHALEWICH 

309 Renaud Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K Club 3, 4; Tennis 
Team 2; Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretarv Senior 
Class 4; Dean's List 1; 




PAUL T. MINIACCI 

26 Ogden Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; 



GEORGE EDWIN MORASH, JR. 

2 Redwood Road, Tiverton, R. I. 

Chemistry 

Chemistry Club 1. 2, 3, 4; A. C. S. 3, 4; 
Epsilon Phi Pi; Biology Club 4; Newman 
Club 2, 3, 4; 






ALAN ANTHONY MOTTA 

772 High Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Dean's 
List 1; Student Council 1, 2; Class President 
1, 2; Yearbook Assistant Business Manager 4; 
College Bookstore 2. 3, 4; Student Manager 
3, 4; 



RAYMOND G. MULLEN 

835 Buffington Street, Somerset, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 3; Vice-President 3; Phi Psi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3; 





JOHN J. MURPHY 

928 Broadway, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Circle K Club 4; A.I.E.E. 3; Geology Club 4; 
Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4; 



MARCEL M. NADEAU 

45 Lee Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Math Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 4; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Class Secretary 1, 2. 






ROBERT J. NESTOR 

127 Barnes Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile 
Phi Psi; Soccer; Varsity Club; A.A.T.C.C. 



ROBERT ALAN NULMAN 
161 Rathgar Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Circle K Club 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Phi Psi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Class Vice- 
President 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; Year- 
book Literary Staff 4; 




RICHARD THOMAS OLIVEIRA 

346 Tucker Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 

Varsity Club; Phi Psi; Soccer; Basketball; 
Baseball; A.A.T.C.C; 



LEWIS C. PALMER, II 

421 Thames Street, Newport, R. I. 

Civil Engineering 

Geology Club 3, 4; President 4; Engineering 
Society 1, 2; Technolog 4; Talker 4; Year- 
book Staff 4; 







WALTER L. PANKOWSKI 

54 Rhode Island Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Mathematics Club 2, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi; 
Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2; 
Dean's List 2, 3; 



ROBERT EMILE PAQUETTE 

63 Harrison Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Newman Club 
2, 3, 4; 



THOMAS GERALD PARENT 

50 Maplewood Avenue, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM W. PERRY 

4 Harvey Street, Taunton, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
Phi Psi; A.A.T.C.C; 





ROBERT L. PRICE 

2586 Riverside Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Art and Product Development 
(Visual Design) 




GEORGE E. QUIGLEY 

908 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Textile Technology 



A.A.T.C.C. 




WARREN E. REID 

49 Owen Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Mathematics 
Epsilon Phi Psi; Mathematics Club. 



AUGUST REIS 

134 Alberta Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 

Textile Technology 
Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; A.A.T.C.C. 





JUDITH RODRIGUES 

18 Cook Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Athletic 
Association. 



FRANK F. ROSA 

Simmons Road, Little Compton, R. I. 

Electrical Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi; A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Vice-Chair- 
man 4; Engineering Society 4; 





NANCY LOUISE SILVIA 
498 Cornell Road, Westport, Mass. 

Chemistry 

Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 3; 
Newman Club 3; Kappa Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Women's Athletic Association 1, 2; Deans 
List 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1; Variety 
Show 1; 



EDWARD M. SOCAEK 

230 Globe Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

Geology Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; A.I.E.E. 
2, 3, 4; Engineering Society 1, 2; Phi Psi; 
Fencing 1 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 1; Talker 4; 
Technolog 4; 





JOS. SOROKA 



ROBERT C. SOUZA 

183 Thomas Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 





CARL BENSON SPIVEY 

508 Palmer Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Drawing 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering 
Society 1, 3, 4; President 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 3, 4; 
Math & Physics Club 1; Fencing 1; 



ROBERT M. ST. LAURENT 
NO ADDRESS GIVEN 

Electrical Engineering 

Fencing 1; A.I.E.E.; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4. 






JOSEPH STUDNIARZ 

16 Montgomery Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering 

Math & Physics Cluh 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Bursar 
4; Fencing 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Manager 3, 4; 
Co-Captain 4; Dean's List 1, 3; Newman 
Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Engineering 
Society 1. 3, 4; Talker 4; 



LEE SUNDERLAND 

2 Bradford Avenue, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 




RICHARD F. SUSPIRO 

11 Cook Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Geology Club; Phi Psi; Dean's List 1, 
4; Engineering Society; A.I.E.E.; 



2, 3, 



JUDITH ANNE TAYLOR 

129 Chace Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Phi Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; Treas- 
urer-Vice President of Kappa Sigma Phi; 
Girls Athletic Association; 




«qgq 





PAUL R. THEROUX 

164 Summerfield Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Dean's List 1; Circle K Club 3; 



RAYMOND THIBAULT 

265 Wilbur Avenue, Swansea, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi, A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 
L 2; 




PHILIP TRAVIS 

140 Hortonville Road, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Varsity Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Kiwanis Club 
3, 4; Baseball 3; 



JOHN TUTTLE 



n 



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JOSEPH V. VELOZO, JR. 
46 Otis Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Administration 

Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Circle K Club 3; Phi 
Psi 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
J. V. Basketball 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Capt. Soccer 
4; Talker 3; Technolog 3, 4; Sports Editor 
Yearbook 4; Secretary of Varsity Club 3, 4; 
President 4; Board of Directors of Circle 
K Club 3; 



RAY WALSH 

558 Hicks Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Circle K Club 4; A.I.E.E. 3, 4; Geology Club 
4; Newman 4; Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4; 




JULIAN L. WITENGIER 

1146 Slade Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Business Engineering 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4; Engineering Society 
1, 2, 3, 4; Geology Club 1, 2, 4; Newman 
Club 2, 3, 4; A.I.E.E. 3, 4; Math & Physics 
Club 2; 



BILL CHEN-YU WANG 

204 High Street, Fall River, Mass. 

Electrical Engineering 

A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Newman 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; 






RICHARD R. DUBOIS 

29 Ralph Chapman Road, Swansea, Mass. 

Business Administration 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; 



DAVID DONALD DION 

246 Clifton Street, Attleboro, Mass. 

Art and Product Development 
(Visual Design) 

Dean's List 1, 2; Greater Fall River Art 
Association 2; Literary Editor Yearbook 4; 
Student Council 2; 





STUDENT COUNCIL 

First Row: N. Fitton, L. Kalil, C. Bshara. Second Row: C. Costa, E. Mendes, R. Kocon, 
K. Langley, D. Sabourin. 





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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
R. Crossley, M. Michaelwich, E. Fitzgibbons, R. Kocon 




JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
J. Boyle, D Aguiar, K. Travis 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 
E. Viveros, E. Mendes, C. Kalil, M. Wills 




SENIOR ART CHEMISTRY & MATH 

First Row: C. Costa, N. Silvia, C. Pendrake, K. Maher, B. Chatterton, J. Johnson, J. 
McKeon, Second Row: R. Correa, D. Dion, M. Nadeau, G. Morash, W. Pankowski, J. 
Reed, J. Dingwell, R. Kocon, R. Boardman. 




SENIOR CLASS B.A. 

First Row: R. Crossley, N. Fitton, G. Boulay, J. Connell. Second Row: A. Cabral, R. 
Dubois, J. Rodriques, J. Taylor, L. Kalil, F. Cotter, P. Therault. Third Row: M. Michael- 
wich, G. Cardoza, P. Travis, P. Finglas, A. Motta, M. Feresten, H. Lovitt, P. DiCiccio, 
F. Golembeski. Last Row: L. Sunderland. R. Sousa, P. Minniacci, J. Keavey, R. Nulman, 
R. Mullen, T. Parent, R. Hughes, E. Fitzgibbons, J. Harrington, J. Veloza. 




SENIOR B.E. & T.E. 

First Row: E. Berube, J. Murphy, E. Chlebek, R. Walsh, E. Karnasiewicz, J. Finglis, 
R. Mello. Second Row: R. Oliveira, B. Hayes, A. Reis, J. Bond, J. Hackett, W. Perry, 
G. Quigley, P. Leite. Third Row: M. Frain, L. Wittenger, R. Suspiro, H. Medick, Wei- 
Han-Hong, P. Braz, R. Nestor. 



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JUNIOR ART AND PRODUCTS 

First Row: S. Rothsihile, D. Brownell, D. Woods. J. Arcikowski, J. Santos, J. Holcolb, 
W. Thomas. Second Row: A. Faria, C. Chrupcala, H. Guay, P. Ashton, A. Dunnigan, 
M. Letendre, D. Sabourin, T. DeCorpo, V. Dusil. 






JUNIOR CLASS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

First Row: W. Camara, R. Mercer, L. Brooks, R. Szaro, R. Parker. Second Row: J. Mc- 
Donald, N. Leahy, R. Medeiros, R. Thompson, W. Mikolazyk, J. Correira, B. Bolcon. 




JUNIOR E.E & T.E. 

First Row: R, Pierce, P. Violette, L. Marchand, J. Travis, L. Wood. Second Row: W. 
Fitzgerald, M. Simmons, K. Langley. D. Medeiros, J. Houde, M. Coderre. 




JUNIOR C.E. & M.E. 

First Row: J. Christy, M. Picard, P. Tokarz, M. Ryerson. Second Row: R. House, R. 
Narciso, J. Swist, P. Medeiros, W. Purdy. 



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SOPHOMORE B.A. 

First Row: M. Norton. L. Sullivan, I.. Medeiros, P. Hilton, C. Kalil, L. Mathews, P. Can- 
ton, G. Simard. Second Row: S. Pietruska, A. Demary, P. Souza, G. Costa, M. Wills, 
R. Bouchard, W. Cox, W. Petras, E. Viveiros, R. Condon, S. Kozikowski. Third Row: 
W. Perry, J. Simonetti, E. Barker, R. Gagnon, E. Stevens, J. Galego, R. Witherell, E. 
Mendes, P. Kaminski, E. Foley, W. Allosi. 




SOPHOMORE C.E. & M.E. 
A. Gillet, W. Costa, R. Fiera, K. Raposa, P. Silvester, V. Mannion. 




SOPHOMORE TEXTILE TECH. E.E. MATH 

First Row: D. Menard, L. Babin, K. Keating, D. Tompkins, R. Janelle. Second Row: 
L. Orobona, A. McLaughlin, M. Plunker, R. Baruch, G. DiChiera, G. Goglia, R. Lassond, 
J. Hare, J. McGregor. 



FRESHMAN TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY ART AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 

First Row: D. Bradbury, J. Matayer, R. Capasnik, V. Fonseca, C. Sousa, C. Riley, V. Rod- 
riques, R. Robins, B. Patte. Second Row: E. Ferrare, W. Winstanley, G. Peckham, J. 
Barnwell, T. Hewitt, W. Scouinard, U. Gehrke. Third Row: E. Castro, E. Teves, J. Pa- 
checo, J. Carey, J. Nasise, G. Pelaggio, D. Velozo, N. Stone, D. Krudys. 




FRESHMAN MEDICAL TECH., CHEMISTRY, MATH., B.E. 

First Row: C. Mills, D. Farrah, J. Davis, G. O'Connell, J. Gozarro, S. Hargraves, B. Burn- 
stein, G. Mello, P. Thibeault. Second Row: T. Leonardo, E. Alix, D. Portlock, M. Van- 
Dyke, G. Drewniak, E. Rockwell, R. St. Armand, W. Lions, R. St. Michel, R. Forcier, 
J. Emond. Third Row: W. Green, E. DeSilva, H. Dumas, L. Gold, G. Hoey, J. Jack- 
son, M. Rousso, M. Walsh. 



CLUBS 

& 

FRATERNITIES 




KAPPA SIGMA PHI 

First Row: D. Woods, J. Arcikowski. L. Kalil, L. Brooks. Second Row: B. Chatterton, 
K. Keating. C. Kalil, J. Rodriques, P. Tokary, L. Medeiros, P. Picard, M. Silvia. 



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FPSILON 

First Row: R. Kocon, Prof. Simeon, T. Curry, J. McKeon, C. Wagner, J. Studiarz, T. Mc- 
Cann. Second Row: F. Golembeski, B. Belinda, T. Dorsey, B. Lavoie, J. Lima, C. Beshara, 
R. Boardman, C. Costa, J. Bond, D Gracia, H. Attar, C. Spivy. Third Row: R. Bouchard, 
R. Blais, R. House, R. Baruch, J. Houle, W. Barroth, L. Babin, W. Costa, H. Guay, 
A. Dunnigan, B. Fiero. 




FPSILON 

First Row: E. Scullen, Mr. Sasserville, R. Gomes, P. Sylvester, B. Olosi, Mr. Williams, 
J. Wittenger. Second Row: L. Orabona, K. Raposa, D. Siboren, M. Pluncker, E. Chlebek, 
F. Rosa, R. Thibault, W. Pankowski. Third Row: P. Miniacci, L. Soares, E. Viveiros, 
J. Pacheco, J. Ploude, G. Morash, W. Reed, E. Oliveira, J. Murphy. 



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PHI PSI 

First Row: R. Medeiros, Prof. Lavault, N. Fitton, Prof. Cooper, J. Finglis. Second Row: 
J. Cain, P. Finglas, G. DiChiera, R. Mello, E. Karnas, B. Hayes, H. Lovitt, E. Berube, 
P. Leite. Third Row: K. Langley, W. Mikoiazyk, R. Szaro, J. Correira, M. Wills, R. Mer- 
cer, N. Leahey, W. Petras. 




PHI PSI 

First Row: R. Mullen, A. Motta, Prof. Winter, J. Perreira, R. Thompson. Second Row: 
R. Pierce, K. Francis, D. Galego, T. Parent, F. Cotter, E. Soczek, B. Thomas, R. Nestor, 
M. Michaelwich, J. Connell. Third Row: D. Medeiros, R. Nulman, R. Suspiro, M. Sim- 
mons, H. Mednick, J. Swiss, R. Parker, G. Pavao, J. Veloza. 




A1EE 

First Row: R. Thibault, P. Cain, T. Moss, G. Hyslop, C. Beshara, R. Lavoie, R. Blais. 
Second Row: H. Attar, L. Cory, W. Wang, E. Tuttle, L. Palmer, E. Soczek, S. Moroff, 
W. Chang, C. Spivy. Third Row: J. Studniarz, F. McCann, R. Rosa, T. Dorsey, W. Ber- 
roth, R. Paquette, R. Economopolos, E. Kingman, A. Ferreira, J. DeMarco. 




AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF TEXTILE COLORIST AND CHEMIST 
R. Pierce, K. Langley, J. Johnson. G. DiCiera, D. Sambourin. 




CIRCLE "K" 

First Row: J. Finglis, E. Karnasiewicz. Second Row: R. Walsh, R. Medeiros, R. Mello, 
J. Murphy. 



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ENGINEERING SOCIETY 

First Row: R. Paquette, R. St. Lawrent, T. Cabral, T. Curry, L. Marchand, Dixon Liou, 

F. Rosa. Second Row: J. Look, L. Cory, L. Wittenger, R. Walsh, R. Landry, R. Ganelle, 
J. Hare. Third Row: L. Orobona, P. Violette, E. Tuttle, E. Soczek, E. Berube, L. Babin, 

G. Goglia, R. Lavoie, W. Wang, M. McGregor. Fourth Row: M. Coderre, J. T ravers, E. 
Oliveira, K. Aguiar, L. Wood, C. Berroth, J. Houde, F. McAnn, R. Thibault, S. Peckham. 




GEOLOGY CLUB 

First Row: E. Berube, R. Walsh, E. Karnasiewicz, J. Finglas, R. Mello, J. Wittenger, 
T. Keane. Second Row: L. Palmer, R. Pierce, K. Langley, T. Dorsey, R. Suspiro, Prof. 
Williams, E. Soczek, J. Murphy, G. Di Chiara, G. Istlop. 




PHYSICS CLUB 

First Row: R. Gomes, Prof. Simeon, Dr. Stone, R. House. Second Row: M. Nadeau, P. 
Thibault, M. Reed, J. McMahon, D. Garcia, P. Pankowski. 




NEWMAN CLUB 

First Row: L. Mathews, M. Picard, J. Johnson, P. Tokarz. Second Row: B. Wang, G. 
Costa, J. Studniarz, L. Wittenger. 







TECHNOLOG AND TALKER 

First Row: M. Feresten, L. Mathews, L. Medeiros, Prof. Murphy. Second Row: L. Palmer, 
E. Soczek, G. Di Chara, L. Bahin, J. McKeon, E. Berube. 








Something about free Plaid Stamps! 



So I wuz wrong— So what!! 





Wha' da you mean I need a library card? 



I don't see how they can drink the stuff. 





'Home" Economics 



These after-hour joints never have change. 



BASKETBALL TEAM 

The Basketball Team was a good one but a quick look at a record of 
12-11 doesn't show the true picture. The 62-63 squad upset Stonehill, perenial 
Southern New England Coastal Conference Champions in triple overtime. In 
addition, they defeated Windham, an outstanding quintet from Vermont, twice 
and forced the Western division leaders, Quinnipiac of Connecticut, to go all 
out for their two point victory. 

The team was led by Senior Co-Captain Paul Leite and Henry Attar; 
Paul controlled the boards and Attar led the scoring. 

Joe DeMarco the other senior on the team was a valuable sixth man. 



SOCCER TEAM 

The soccer team staggered through a 0-13 season with a continual change 
of personnel. This was necessary due to injuries and the working schedules of 
the players. 

Paul Parente, a Durfee College graduate, and member of the faculty, 
coached the team. The only seniors in the squad were Joe Velozo and Ed 
Chlebek. Next season should be more promising. 



FENCING TEAM 

The Fencing Team, faced with a rebuilding problem did a fine job. 
They finished with a record 25-5 against top college opposition, including 
Trinity and the Harvard Freshmen. The team captain was Senior Joe Studniarz 
who also placed first in the New England Y. M. C. A. open competition. 

Other seniors earning letters were Ed Berube and Ed Soczek. 



TRACK TEAM 

This spring Durfee College will inaugurate its first formal track team 
and will compete in the South Eastern Coastal Conference. The team has some 
experienced performers from last season's team who competed on an informal 
basis. 

The returnees are Senior Captain Richard DeMarco, John Postiglione, and 
Rafael Ciello. D Marco was a constant performer last season and the Conference 
broad jump champion. 

The meets should be packed with action. The season starts at Nichols 
College on April 30. 



BASEBALL TEAM 

The prospects for the Baseball Team are rather bright. There are seven 
returning lettermen along with some outstanding freshmen. The team will be 
coached by Jack Furtado, a '61 graduate. 

Seniors are Paul Leite, Ed Chlebek, Bill Perry, and Joe DeMarco. 



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Corobex (Kit 'a-bei) 

A durable anti-bacterial additive for textiles. 
Provides fixed, lasting protection against germs, 
mildew, perspiration odors and other odors of 
bacterial origin. 

Easily applied during dyeing or finishing opera- 
tions. Will cause no shade change in dyed and 
printed colors, no yellowing of whites. Does not 
affect the hand of the finished goods. Compat- 
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Discolite* (dTa^ko - lite) 

Concentrated sodium sulphoxylate formaldehyde 
available in lump, pea, rice or powder form. 
A powerful reducing agent, stable at high tem- 
peratures. Widely used to effect reduction and 
solution of vat colors, and for discharge effects 
when applied to colored grounds. Effective when 
mixed with vat colors and discharge pastes 
wherever the reducing agent must retain its 
reducing power after being dried into the fabric. 

Dispersal 1 (dls - pur/sal) 
A long chain ethylene oxide condensate in the 
form of a colorless, neutral, somewhat viscous 
liquid. Fully resistant to hard water, and miscible 
with water in all proportions. A retardant and 
leveling assistant in vat dyeing. 
Used widely as a dispersing agent in dyeing 
synthetic fibers with disperse colors and for fast 
• color salts and bases in Napthol dyeing and 
printing. 

Effective in stripping to prevent redeposition of 
the color on stripped goods. 

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Neofinish ( Ne/.O. Finish) 

Non-Ionic softener" dispersible in hot water, suit- 
able for all textile fibres, both natural and syn- 
thetic. Compatible with all types of finishing 
materials, including resin finishes. No develop- 
ment of color or odor in goods finished with 
Neofinish, even in storage. No yellowing at time 
of application. 

Neowet ( n e ** o - w e t ) 

Complex Polyethelene Ether in the form of a pale 
yellow, slightly viscous liquH. 
A non-ionic surface active wetting agent, effective 
at all temperatures. Completely compatible with 
enzymatic desizing agents and readily soluble in 
water. Contains 33 l <i% active ingredients. Widely 
used in scouring all types of textile fabrics and for 
general wetting purposes. 



Neowet X (ne^o.wet) 

Organic Ether Sulphonate in the form of a water 

white slightly viscous liquid. 

An anionic surface active wetting agent, effective 

at all temperatures. Does not affect enzyme 

activity in desizing. Compatible with hydrogen 

peroxide and resin finishes. High detergent value. 

Contains 20% active ingredients. 

Neozymes® ( p e/ o . z i m s ) 
Desizing agents made up of amylolytic, proteolytic 
and fat splitting enzymes available in the form of 
crystalline powder or liquid concentrate for high 
or low temperature requirements. 

Neozymes quickly remove all trace of starch glue 
or gelatin sizing without danger of damage to 
even the most delicate fabrics. For best results, 
use with NEOWET to speed saturation. 



Parolite* (par'o.lite) 

Zinc sulphoxylate formaldehyde in the form of 
white crystalline powder. A highly concentrated 
stripping agent for all forms of wool and modern 
synthetics. 

Completely soluble in water. Leaves stripped 
goods soft, completely free of zinc dust and in 
most receptive condition for further processing. 
Often completely strips goods where other strip- 
ping agents fail. Very effective in discharge print- 
ing on acetate rayon. 

y 

Vatrolite* ( v a t<' r o . 1 1 t e ) 

Concentrated sodium hydrosulphite in the form 

of white crystalline powder. A powerful reducing 

agent for vat colors, idea! for dry feeding because 

of its free flowing, dustless character. Completely 

soluble in water. 

Effective stripping agent for direct, sulphur and 

vat colors on cellulosic fabrics. 

Quickly removes rust stains from cotton goods. 

May be stored indefinitely. 

Available with optical whites and in buffered 

formulas for high temperature use without 

excessive alkalinity. 

Velvo Softener (vel/ v o ) 
A highly sulphonated tallow in the form of a 
creamy white paste, easily dispersed in water. 
Used in general finishing of all types of textile 
fabrics. Will not "smoke off" or change color in 
high temperature operations such as calendering 
or drying. Has no effect on light fastness of colors. 




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SECOND STREET 



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Fall River's Largest and Most Completely Equipped 

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Telephone OSborne 4-3525 



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Over 40,000 Best Wishes Daily 
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WAGNER HAT CO., INC. 

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TOM ELLISON 

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